Daily Current Affairs 28th June, 2023

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UP launches ‘Operation Conviction’ for cow slaughter, child abuse cases
Uttar Pradesh Police Department launched ‘Operation Conviction’ to combat criminals and mafias in the state.

  • Authorities claim that the initiative will expedite the prosecution of cases registered under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, as well as those involving cow slaughter, religious conversion, rape, and murder.

Centre approves Rs 56,415 crore for 16 states under capex scheme
The Centre has approved the grant of interest-free and long-term capital expenditure loans of Rs 56,415 crore to 16 states so far in 2023-24, an official release has said.

  • The approval has been given under the scheme entitled ‘Special Assistance to States for Capital Investment 2023-24’, which is aimed at giving timely boost to capital spending by the state governments.
  • The maximum amount, of Rs 9,640 crore, has been allocated to Bihar, followed by Rs 7,850 crore to Madhya Pradesh, Rs 7,523 crore to West Bengal, Rs 6,026 crore to Rajasthan and Rs 4,528 crore to Odisha.


S&P retains India’s growth projection at 6% for FY24
S&P Global Ratings retained India’s GDP growth forecast at 6 per cent calling it the fastest growing economy among Asia Pacific nations. In its quarterly economic update for Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings forecasted the same growth for Vietnam and the Philippines alongside India.

  • In its latest report, S&P has kept the GDP growth forecast for India unchanged for the current and the next fiscal, FY25 partly on account of domestic resilience.


Golfer Diksha Dagar wins record second Ladies European Tour Event title
Diksha Dagar capped her remarkable consistency and form with a commanding win in the €300,000 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open, claiming her second Ladies European Tour title.

  • The 22-year-old, who held a five-shot lead after second round, was unchallenged as she finished on a 13-under 203 for the tournament after carding a 3-under 69 in the third and final round at the Royal Beroun Golf Club in Czech Republic.

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour 2023 launches into space
The International Cricket Council went above and beyond as they decided to launch the Trophy Tour by sending the coveted cup into space. The trophy is 60 centimetres in height and weighs 11 kg. The base of the trophy has an inscription of the names of the previous winners.

  • The Tour was launched in spectacular fashion, with the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy being launched into the stratosphere, 120,000 feet above the earth, before making a stunning landing at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad.
  • This was achieved after the trophy was attached to a bespoke stratospheric balloon, and some stunning shots were captured of the trophy sitting on the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere from 4k cameras.

FIFA appoints Indonesia as 2023 U-17 World Cup Host
The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) has announced Indonesia as the host of the 2023 U-17 World Cup, replacing Peru. Indonesia is capable of hosting a world-class event.

  • The appointment of Indonesia as the host of the FIFA U-17 World Cup was announced by FIFA after the FIFA Council meeting in Zurich, Switzerland.
  • In addition to appointing Indonesia as the host of the U-17 World Cup, FIFA also announced Colombia as the host of the 2024 U-20 Women’s World Cup and Dominica as the host of the U-17 Women’s World Cup.


QS World University Rankings 2024 released, IIT-B top Indian university
QS World University Ranking 2024 was released. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) tops the list again for the 12th successive year, followed by the University of Cambridge, which managed to retain its second spot. The University of Oxford has replaced Stanford University and reached the third spot.

  • QS Ranking has been analysing top-performing universities across the globe for the past 20 years. According to QS Ranking, they have introduced three new indicators this year, a commitment to sustainability; an even greater emphasis on supporting graduate employability and increased international research collaboration to solve the world’s biggest challenges.
  • Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) is recognised as the top higher educational institution in India, which ranks 149 in QS World University Rankings 2024. Last year, it was placed at 172th spot. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D) ranks at 197th position, losing its rank of 174 that it had last year.

Priya AS wins Sahitya Akademi prize for children’s novel based on 2018 Kerala floods published by IE Malayalam
Priya A S has won the prestigious (Kendra) Sahitya Akademi Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2023 for children’s literature in the Malayalam language for her 2018 novel Perumazhayathe Kunjithalukal. She won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Children’s Literature for the same novel in 2020.

  • The (Kendra) Sahitya Akademi Bal Sahitya Puraskar consists of Rs 50,000 and an engraved copper plaque. Panels of three members each picked the winners in each language. Dr Paul Manalil, B S Rajeev, and Mundoor Sethumadhavan were the jury members for Malayalam. Priya’s novel was selected from a list of 10 recommended books.


Govt launches Nandi portal for granting NOC for veterinary drugs, vaccines 
Union Minister Parshottam Rupala launched the Nandi portal, aimed at facilitating the process of granting No Objection Certificates (NOC) for veterinary drugs and vaccines. 

  • According to the ministry of fisheries, animal husbandry & dairying, the Nandi portal, developed by the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying (DAHD) in collaboration with the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), will streamline the regulatory approval process for veterinary products. It will enhance transparency and efficiency in assessing and examining proposals for veterinary drugs and vaccines.
  • The Nandi portal will seamlessly integrate with the SUGAM portal of the CDSCO, further simplifying the approval process for veterinary products. It will enable end-to-end coordination between departments, committees, subcommittees, and applicants, ensuring smooth and efficient operations.

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